Neodymium Disc Magnet 7mm x 1mm N50

Product code: D-D7H1-N50

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Neodymium Disc Magnet 7mm x 1mm N50

Product Code D-D7H1-N50
Pull Force* 0.4260kg
Weight 10g
Gauss 1991
Grade N50
Coating Nickel (Ni)
Direction of Magnetisation Through Height
Dimensions Outside Diameter:7mm, Height: 1mm
*Measured against up to 10mm mild steel.

Neodymium Disc Magnets

Strong N50 Grade Neodymium beneath the shiny nickel-plated exterior coating ensures this thin magnet has the ability to hold many times its own weight. Small round Neodymium discs are very effective holding tools and considering the convenience and time-saving benefits they provide to many applications, they also offer excellent value for money. Thin, round Neodymium magnets are used in many modern technologies to operate Reed switches and other devices in a contactless way that reduces dust and contaminant build-up and averts mechanical failure that can eventuate over extended use or long periods of time. This greatly improves the reliability of important warning devices and reduces maintenance intervals for vital equipment that operate within large manufacturing systems. Thin, strong Neodymium magnets are also excellent for domestic use. Holding kitchen utensils in an orderly and secure fashion is easy when a Neodymium disc is glued to the item. Fridge magnets are relatively weak, so using a heavy-duty Neodymium magnet to attach your notices, pictures and artwork to a refrigerator door enables much heavier weights to be supported.

Neodymium Disc Magnets

Strong N50 Grade Neodymium beneath the shiny nickel-plated exterior coating ensures this thin magnet has the ability to hold many times its own weight. Small round Neodymium discs are very effective holding tools and considering the convenience and time-saving benefits they provide to many applications, they also offer excellent value for money. Thin, round Neodymium magnets are used in many modern technologies to operate Reed switches and other devices in a contactless way that reduces dust and contaminant build-up and averts mechanical failure that can eventuate over extended use or long periods of time. This greatly improves the reliability of important warning devices and reduces maintenance intervals for vital equipment that operate within large manufacturing systems. Thin, strong Neodymium magnets are also excellent for domestic use. Holding kitchen utensils in an orderly and secure fashion is easy when a Neodymium disc is glued to the item. Fridge magnets are relatively weak, so using a heavy-duty Neodymium magnet to attach your notices, pictures and artwork to a refrigerator door enables much heavier weights to be supported.